Did you know Anne of Green Gables has won...
Prime-time Emmy Award|
Outstanding Children’s Program 1986
Prestigious Peabody Award
TV Guide Award
TV Critics Award
Parents Choice Award Parents Choice for TV Programming, 1987
Plus over a dozen more top-international awards around the world!
|The Emmy Awards- First presented in 1948, the Emmy award signifies exceptional achievement in television as voted by the members of the American Academy of Television Sciences. Emmy awards have been presented to such shows as I Love Lucy, M.A.S.H., The Golden Girls, and Murphy Brown. Back|
|The Prix Jeunesse - First presented in 1964, The Prix Jeunesse is widely recognized as Europe’s most distinguished award of excellence for children’s programming. This event draws television producers, media journalists, and researchers from all over the world to discuss the concerns with producing TV programmes for children and young people all over the world. Back|
|The George Foster Peabody Award - First presented in 1940, the George Foster Peabody recognizes distinguished achievement and meritorious public service by radio and television organizations, producing organizations, and individuals. The awards program is administered by the Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication of the University of Georgia. Selections are made by the National Advisory Board upon recommendations of screening committees of the faculty. It is often referred to as the Pulitzer Prize of television. Back|
The Gemini Awards - First presented in 1986, the Gemini award is widely recognized as the highest achievement for Canadian television. Voted on by the Canadian Academy of Cinema and Television, the Gemini award is handed out annually only to the best in Canadian television.|